continuous sequence

continuous sequence

[kən¦tin·yə·wəs ′sē·kwəns]
(metallurgy)
A welding sequence in which each succeeding pass is made longitudinally along the entire length of the joint.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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The patent is related to assays for nucleic acid detection in a specific way to increase reaction kinetics, while maintaining a simple, proprietary continuous sequence probe design, called a RapidProbe, and low-cost synthesis.
The court held that the disclosure of personal data was a seamless and continuous sequence of events stemming from his position within the employer business, and to limit such penalties should entail the employer insuring against such losses; whether by a public liability policy or a bespoke cyber insurance policy.
GlassPoint is building Miraah using a sequenced construction process, whereby the development of each greenhouse- enclosed system, or block, is broken into standard steps deployed in a continuous sequence. The sequenced approach speeds deployment and allows each block to begin operations as soon as construction is complete, rather than waiting for the whole project to be built.
On his first visit to Dubai, Mawejje dashed through three LED-lit rings at the park in the snow park of Ski Dubai in a continuous sequence before landing perfectly on the Team Visa snowboarding ramp.
Black and white square monochrome, 2006, is a continuous sequence that shows a grid filled out and emptied again and again with a pen controlled by a hand as persistent as it is conscious of its own inadequacy before such an initiative.
GlassPoint is building Miraah using a sequenced construction process, whereby the development of each greenhouse-enclosed system, or "block," is broken into standard steps deployed in a continuous sequence. The sequenced approach speeds deployment and allows each block to begin operations as soon as construction is complete, rather than waiting for the whole project to be built.
Defining a motif as the longest continuous sequence of equal or increasing values representing a quantitative property of a linguistic unit, linguists report some recent results in this area, with an emphasis on the linear organization of the units.
And so I took the tape and I edited it, taking out all the parts that were less than fully professional but finding a few parts that sounded reasonably good, and I edited them together as if they were a continuous sequence and then re-recorded it with the treble down and the bass up to make myself sound older and more authoritative, because I was only 19 years old when I did the game.
Yet, recordings indicate that the experimenter, especially in later conditions, likely coerced subjects by using these prods in a continuous sequence. In condition twenty, one female subject was prompted fourteen times.
Coroner Christopher Woolley said the post-op treatment of Ronald Tatchell had been "a continuous sequence of shortcomings" and neglect had contributed to his death.
Coroner Christopher Woolley said the post-op treatment of Ronald Tatchell had been a "a continuous sequence of shortcomings" and that neglect had contributed to his death.

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